There are times when you have to back up and punt and today was one of those times. There were problems last night with the internet and I was unable to get a normal blog post ready for you. So, I decided to stroll down memory lane this morning to show you how leopard print has been a part of my style since the beginning of the blog. I will link to each photo so that you can go back and read about the styles and also see how this blog has evolved. I am not sure if the picture before was the first time that I wore leopard print on the blog but it was in September of 2015 so it was at the very beginning. Go HERE
November of 2015 found me styling leopard and Chanel. Go HEREI don’t wear leopard print on my bottom half as much but here is where I wore leopard print leggings. Go HERE
How about leopard print in an A-line skirt? Go HEREWho doesn’t want to be fierce? Go HEREI love this leopard print tunic. Go HEREAdding a cute ballet slipper in leopard print is an easy way to get you leopard “fix.” Go HEREAccessories is an easy and fairly inexpensive way to add leopard print to your wardrobe. Go HEREThe classic shirtdress can also be found in a leopard print. Go HEREThis leopard print coat is AH-MAZING!!!! Go HEREThe cold-shoulder trend looks good in a leopard print. Go HEREYou can even find leopard print in different colors. Go HERE
I hope you have enjoyed my trip down memory lane. I hope everything will be back to normal tomorrow! If you looked at these pictures and thought, “she really is aging backward” then go and take the Solutions Tool from Rodan + Fields and let’s get you started on your own backward journey.
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